• Subject: GUI functions (Was 4 - subfiles)
  • From: email@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (James W Kilgore)
  • Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 01:18:25 -0800
  • Organization: Progressive Data Systems, Inc.


Quite a few PC functions use this feedback.  Spell checkers, help
directories, products like Quick Books, etc. and I like them.  On my PC.

IMO, keystroke feedback sort of defeats the efficiency of block (5250)

For that kind of feature, we would need an ER type keyword on a field
(maybe EK (Each Keystroke)).

The down side is that we would have a midrange system that has a
predictable linear degradation of response time based upon keystrokes. 
Heck, for that you can PICK (pun intended) any other OS. <g>

boothm@earth.goddard.edu wrote:
> The second would be the idea that Martin McCallion put forward of a
> "position to" field that isn't a "position to" field.  I didn't understand
> what it is exactly but it sounded like a wonderful solution.  It sounded
> like the subfile repositions with each key stroke in the field.  It also
> sounded like it needed event-driven logic.
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